The Manheim Community Library is pleased to announce the appointment of three interns to assist in programming and events this summer at the Library. The interns will contribute to helping our community learn, connect, and grow through their own unique projects. They will gain valuable experience and a broad understanding of library work under the…Read More About Manheim Community Library Welcomes Summer Interns
Join the Conversation on Mental Health with A Mother’s Reckoning What is A Summer Read? Now in its seventh year, the Summer Read program is a partnership between WITF’s Transforming Health, Aligning Forces for Quality, and South Central Pennsylvania Libraries in nine counties. Every year, Summer Read partners choose a community health topic…Read More About A Summer Read Launches A Mother’s Reckoning
And the community is invited! Milanof-Schock Library is celebrating 20 years of community service at its current location, 1184 Anderson Ferry Road in Mount Joy. The success of the Library would not be possible without the need shown by residents of Mount Joy and the surrounding communities, so as a big thank you, this 20th…Read More About Milanof-Schock Library Celebrates 20 Years with a Birthday Bash!
The Manheim Community Library is pleased to announce the return of Teen Chopped Challenge. Introduced last year as part of the Summer Reading Program, the program was an instant hit. On June 25 and August 6, teens ages 11-18 will compete in a food preparation challenge similar to the popular Food Network television show. Each…Read More About Manheim Community Library Brings Back Popular Teen Chopped Challenge
Lititz Public Library ~ 20th Anniversary Celebration Saturday, June 8th Children’s Activities: 10:00 am – 12:00 Noon Community Celebration: 12:00 Noon – 2:30 p.m. Come help us celebrate the library’s 20th anniversary! Lots of fun activities! Children’s Activities: Sidewalk chalk, bubbles, balloon artist, face painting and popcorn. Community Activities: Opening of the time capsule,…Read More About Lititz Public Library ~ 20th Anniversary Celebration
Public is invited to attend! The Manheim Township Public Library will hold a special ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of their new “Children’s Discovery Patio”. The public is invited to attend the event that will take place on June 22 at 12:00 noon at the Library, 595 Granite Run Drive, Lancaster, PA 17601. Donor…Read More About The Manheim Township Public Library to open their “Children’s Discovery Patio”!
New Initiative for Junior Readers Ages 5 – 9 Each summer Lancaster County’s youth are invited to participate in their Public Library’s Summer Reading program that will enhance their summer learning through reading and attending special events. This year Public Librarians are offering an extra component for young children ages 5-9 to extend their learning…Read More About Public Libraries of Lancaster County announce Summer Fitness Quest!
Public Libraries of Lancaster County and the Bookmobile present this year’s Summer Reading Program “A Universe of Stories”. The 2019 countywide reading program begins June 1 and will run until August 10, 2019. It is open to young people, infants through young adult. Reading Program components include four reading levels: Read Aloud (birth-4 years),…Read More About Lancaster County’s Public Libraries and the Bookmobile to launch 2019 Summer Reading Program!
The Lititz Public Library is pleased to announce that Ryan McCrory will be taking over the library director position recently vacated by the retiring Susan Tennant. Ryan comes to us from the Boone Area Library in Birdsboro, PA, where he served as library director. Ryan comes to us with almost 20 years of library experience….Read More About Lititz Public Library Announces New Director!
“It Happened at the Library” Project is Expanding to include Countywide submissions! Lancaster Public Library has extended the deadline to submit writing and artwork to the “It Happened at the Library” project to June 1, 2019. Eligibility has also been expanded to include all Lancaster County students in grades K – 12 attending public, private,…Read More About “It Happened at the Library” Project Expands!